270 pages , 2006 "Contains an introduction to the history, achievements, and challenges of transnational civil society initiatives on several critical issues and the forces that catalyzed and shaped those initiatives"--Provided by publisher.
Cambridge University Press , 2019-04-25 This Element explores the growing party divisions on the environment in the United States. It draws upon quantitative and qualitative data from several decades of national and state politics. The study contributes theory to the party position change literature, showing that interest groups change parties, but in turn are changed by them. I...[Read More]
272 pages , Bloomsbury Publishing USA , 2015-08-18 The director of the Climate Outreach and Information Network explores the psychological mechanism that enables people to ignore the dangers of climate change, using sidebars, cartoons and engaging stories from his years of research to reveal how humans are wired to primarily respond to visible threats.
236 pages , Environmental Law Inst , 1990 "In the environmental field, understanding Washington can mean getting things done. This book has everything you need: a primer on the laws, descriptions of federal agencies and congressional committees, and profiles of environmental law firms, public interest groups, and trade associations. It includes colorful pieces by promine...[Read More]
400 pages , National Academies Press , 1986-02-01 This volume explores how the scientific tools of ecology can be used more effectively in dealing with a variety of complex environmental problems. Part I discusses the usefulness of such ecological knowledge as population dynamics and interactions, community ecology, life histories, and the impact of various materials and...[Read More]